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A PEDESTRIAN APPROACH TO NUCLEAR ENERGY AND SAFETY IMPLICATIONS TO KENYA

Introduction The earth is faced with the challenge of global warming, with most scientific research...

MMU Spearheading Partnerships and Collaborations in the Training of Engineers

Kenya Engineer recently held discussions with Prof. Eng. Abel Mayaka, the Dean Faculty of...

Schneider Electric Pushing the Limits of Innovation in Energy Management and...

Schneider Electric is a global  specialist in energy management and automation that promotes sustainable...

The Future of African Manufacturing: Making Things in a Changing World

The world is changing at an unprecedented rate in terms of innovative technologies, shifting...

IS TECHNOLOGY MAKING A POSITIVE IMPACT ON SOCIETY

Technology and human life cannot be separated; society has a cyclical co-dependence on technology....

Kenya Power in a renewed focus on operational and technical efficiency

By Eng. Jared Othieno The last few months have thrust Kenya Power into the public...

Resolutions From The 26th IEK Conference on Overcoming the 21st Century...

IEK CONFERENCE 2019 DISCUSSED RESOLUTION 2019 WHEREAS, the 26th IEK international conference on Overcoming the...

The Investment in Connecting Marine Ports by Railways is the Key...

A concept, of a master plan to connect the Salloum plateau and the Sidi...

Ethical Engineering: Restoring an ethical sense to Nation, Who holds the...

The President of Institute of Engineers of Kenya, and your entire Council, distinguished guests,...

Sharing Knowledge for Sustainable Electricity Production and Distribution in Africa

Globally, 1.2 billion people lack access to electricity while at least 2.7 billion people...

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